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The mission of NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, is to give artists and artisans around the world a global platform to express their true artistic talents, to spur their creativity and to be paid a fair wage for their craft. A bio of the artist(s) will arrive with each piece helping you feel the attachment to the product and to the hands that created it. You will enjoy the one-of-a-kind craftsmanship. Due to the handcrafted nature of each piece, colors, motifs, sizes, shapes and designs may vary slightly from the images shown or dimensions provided.
Plywood and ceramic
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A beautiful execution of negative space,
this abstract sculpture by Wayan Rendah captivates with its contoured sensitivity. The pulsating grain of suar wood emits a sense of peace, accentuated by a balanced composition and tranquil features. About the Artist: Wayan Rendah's father began ...
Hissing a warning, a serpent rises
from tight coils in a gesture of protection. Wayan Rendah recreates the rippling texture of snakeskin in a supple work. Carved by hand of suar wood, it realistically captures the powerful contours and reptilian fangs of a ...
Among Ghana's Akan people, the horse
is much admired for its strength and determination. Daniel Nyadedzor sculpts a beautiful equine image, embellishing the carving with ornate brass repousse. He names the piece Oponkor (Horse). "Because hard work brings success in life, this image ...